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In the US there are 11 million plus interracial marriages Along with these marriages come millions of biracial children Not everyone believes having biracial children is a good idea Some believe these parents are committing a grave offense against their children and thus they are unintentionally hurting their own children Washington 278 This a problem which many people are concerned about teachers and social workers especially They are scared biracial children will not get the extra time and energy they need to live as a normal child Adults are needed to help the children understand why they are different and how to deal with it Biracial children must learn to cope with the problems that come with being multi-cultural One of the biggest problems biracial children have is finding their identity What are you is one of the most commonly asked questions that biracial children have to answer to Being unable to give a one race answer causes problems for both the child and whom ever they are talking to Many people do not understand how someone can be two or more races In their eyes you can only have one race Since being biracial is not normal to them they look down on these people This kind of behavior can make growing up especially hard for children In the past children were identified by the parent of color If one parent were black then the childs race was black also But if the child were able to pass as white then he was considered to be white Wardle 2 This eliminated a lot of problems for biracial because children they were not expected to give an explanation for their race Eventually this system no longer worked because the number of single mothers began to increase making it hard to be sure of the fathers race Now many parents are trying to teach their children it is okay to be biracial Children
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